Spring and summer is "kitten season" at local shelters. Not only is June National Adopt a Shelter Cat Month, but fosters are also needed to prepare kittens for a forever home. Fostering and donating items are easy--here's how:
At the park, the beach, the mountains or around the neighborhood--it's a great time to be outside with your best friend. Keep your dog busy with fun activities together or by enrolling in a daycare program.
Announcing Holiday House Pet Resort & Training Center. Our new name reinforces our commitment to pets and the community. By focusing on what is already an extraordinary training program and expanding training options, we can provide professional dog training unlike any other in the area.
We are excited to unveil our new logo which reflects our growth, unique resort property and decades of tradition. And visit our redesigned websitefor the best in pet care information and services at your fingertips!
Prom Season Goes to the Dogs...
Prom is a special time for your pup too! Don't miss this Daycare special event on Friday, June 12 to benefit
Child, Home & Community. Best Dressed on the Red Carpet will win a valuable prize! If your dog participates in our daycare program, call 215-345-6960 or talk with one of our daycare teachers to register.
Call 215-345-6960 today to enroll
your dog in our daycare program!
Pet First Aid Next in Pet Welfare & Wellness Series
Donations help fund educational programs, find forever homes for retired military and police canines, and provide services like the free Rx drug program and free specialty healthcare for veteran canines. They also provide Thundershirts to ease anxiety.
Anyone who donates $100 (or greater) will receive either:
A Free Night of Lodging at Holiday House Pet Resort, or
One Month Free with new enrollment in any Wellness Plan at Doylestown Veterinary Hospital
Donate any amount and we'll put your name on a special paw print to display in our reception area.
Checks should be made out to:
United States War Dogs Association
Tails from Daycare
Pool time! The dogs love playing together and welcoming new friends to the group. Don't miss the fun! Call 215-345-6960 to schedule your dog for a daycare evaluation today.
The reality is cats need regular preventive healthcare because they experience disease, pain and aging too. A regular physical examination helps uncover potential health concerns before they become more serious and costly to treat. Getting your cat to the vet can be a challenge, but a long, healthy life with your favorite feline is worth it. Here are tips for getting your ball of fur in for a visit...